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Other common mask skin problems:
  • Allergic contact dermatitis  – Some manufactured masks may contain a chemical that causes an allergic reaction. Formaldehyde and bronopol can be found in polypropylene surgical masks.
  • Rosacea  – Classically worsened by heat and stress, mask wearing can increase flares.
  • Seborrheic dermatitis – It causes scaly plaques, inflamed skin and stubborn dandruff.
  • Folliculitis  – When yeast or bacteria infect hair follicles.
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6. Choose a low-stress appointment time.

Select a time for your dental visit when you’re less likely to be rushed or under pressure.

This might mean a Saturday or an early-morning appointment.

7 ways to manage your anxiety about going to the dentist

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  • Refrigerated food that spends more than four hours over 40º Fahrenheit is not safe to eat. However, if food is still cool to the touch, they're safe.
  • If you don't have electricity, heat food outside on a charcoal grill or propane stove. For indoors, keep a can of Sterno, or heat in a can.
  • If you need regular medication or have a small child, stock up on those items too.
  • If you live in an area at high risk for flooding, consider buying all pantry items in cans.

Best Non-Perishable Foods to Stockpile for an Emergency

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Evolution of third molar

There was a time when our jaws could comfortably accommodate all 32 teeth, including the third molars. About 100 million years ago, Early man's jaws were larger and accommodated all teeth and played a vital role in survival with it being their means of catching, dismembering and consuming prey. Our ancestors subsisted on a tough and chewy diet of leaves, roots and raw meat. Third molars might also have played an important backup role when Front teeth were lost or worn down. With advent of cooked and processed food, we definitely decreased our reliance upon the third molar.

Are people without wisdom teeth more highly evolved?

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5.   Sesame Seeds

High in calcium, sesame seeds preserve the bone around the teeth & gums. They also help slough off plaque while helping build tooth enamel.

10 "Superfoods" for Dental Health -

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